The Kronplatz is a ski mountain for beginners and experts. From extreme black slopes to easy beginner runs, everyone can find their perfect slopes on the Kronplatz. One of the highlights is the Sylvester valley run. The slopes above the treeline at the summit of the Kronplatz are very wide. They then lead down through forest glades to the valley. The Seewiese run is especially well-suited for racing clubs. Various highlights are organised on the slopes under the slogan of #KRONPLATZFUN: Snowpark & family line, Jib Park, Skimovie, speed check, Kronplatz Cross, Photo Point, World Record run, Kids’ Safety Park, self-timer Cianross and Playground Snow.
119 km Total
52 km (44 %)
42 km (35 %)
25 km (21 %)
Artificial snow-making 500 Snow cannons 100 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Valley runs with snow-making capabilities lead to Olang, Percha, Reischach, St. Vigil and Piculin.
just above tree line
under tree line
Ried run · Length 7 km · Elevation difference 1103 m
Most difficult run
Piculin run · Length 2 km · Elevation difference 530 m With a gradient of 72%, this is the steepest run in Kronplatz and one of the steepest slopes in Italy.
Public race course with time measurement - Olang 2, Furcia 12, Pracken, Gassl, Cianross and Pedagà
Skiline Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) - free of charge
SkiMovie create and download your own ski video - free of charge Mountain station of the Alpen cable car lift (slope No. 5)
Additional Offerings Kronplatz Cross: find out how it feels to be one of the gladiators in the Kronplatz Cross! Four people can now compete simultaneously on the new boarder-cross area near the Gassl slope. The action is recorded on camera. World Record: a new world record was set in Kronplatz in 2011. It involved 16 athletes covering a total of one million metres of elevation in 24 hours. Visitors can now take up the challenge on the World Record slope, by skiing the run five times in one day. BMW xDrive Skimovie: Those “caught” by the “speed camera” on slope number 5 can view their pictures at the BMW xDrive Panorama Photo Point (Plateau base station). On the xDrive Speed Photo Course, skiers’ speed is measured and a photo is taken. Messner Mountain Museum: on the summit of the Kronplatz, open daily during the season.